What Are The Types of Product Liability Cases?

Defective products are more than just an annoyance. Unfortunately, faulty products can make it into our households and workplaces, leading to significant injuries and illnesses. According to Washington State Legislation, products can become defective in a variety of ways, but, we can generally boil down the issues to three types of defects: design flaws, manufacturing… read more

Who Can Be Held Liable For a Truck Accident?

Accidents involving larger commercial trucks can result in major injuries and property damage, particularly for those inside smaller passenger vehicles. If an individual is harmed due to the negligent actions of a truck driver or truck carrier, they should be able to recover compensation for their losses. However, it is important to determine liability in… read more

Washington Motorized Scooter Helmet Laws

Scooters have become more popular and widely used throughout the state. Perhaps you have seen various companies rent out electric scooters around the state of Washington, including Lime and Bird. However, these electric scooters have become significant hazards, particularly when scooter riders collide with other people, vehicles, or fixed objects. Here, we want to discuss… read more

Medical Conditions That Result From Pituitary Gland Damage

The pituitary gland is a little endocrine gland located near the base of our brains. This gland is responsible for releasing several important hormones and also controls the function of various other endocrine system glands. There are various types of conditions that can affect the pituitary gland. Here, please review some of these conditions. How… read more

Negligent vs. Reckless Driving 

The vast majority of vehicle accident claims in the Washington area are the result of the negligent actions of one or more drivers on the roadway. However, there are certainly accidents that occur as a result of reckless driving. But what is the difference between negligent driving and reckless driving? Here, we want to define… read more

How Medical Records Can Impact Your Personal Injury Claim

If you or somebody you love has been injured due to the careless or negligent actions of another individual, it is very likely that you will have to file a personal injury claim to recover compensation. However, despite hiring a Seattle personal injury lawyer, recovering this compensation can be challenging, and there are various types… read more

Can I Make a Personal Injury Claim if Multiple Parties Were at Fault?

Personal injuries occur in many different ways in the state of Washington. In many cases, injuries occur as a result of a negligent action by one individual. However, it is not uncommon for injuries to occur due to the actions of more than one person or entity. In these cases, it may be necessary for… read more

Can a Car Accident Cause a Herniated Disc?

Herniated discs can result in incredible pain, and it is not uncommon for vehicle accidents to cause a herniated disc injury. Here, we want to discuss how a vehicle accident can cause a herniated disc, as well as the main signs and symptoms of these injuries. Since herniated disks are such a painful type of… read more

How to Prove Negligence Was the Cause of Your Injury

Accidents in the state of Washington often lead to significant physical, emotional, and financial setbacks for victims. Any person who sustains an injury caused by the negligence of another individual or entity should be able to recover compensation for their losses. However, proving that the other party was negligent can be a challenge. Here, we… read more

What is a Summary Judgement?

Often, when we see a case go to trial, we will clearly see that the opposing parties do not agree on the facts of the case. However, there are times when a plaintiff and a defendant do agree on the facts of the case. When this happens, a motion could be made for a summary… read more